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The Lady's Not for Burning
Engrossing twentieth century comedy at its best. First performed 1948, revamped in 1997 (to two acts instead of three). Thomas Mendip, a soldier out of love with the world, comes to a small town and tries to persuade the powers-that-be that he is a murderer, so they will hang him. Meanwhile Jennet Jourdemayne, a young woman accused if witchcraft, is brought before the Mayor and sentenced to burn. Thomas falls helplessly in love with her. Luckily Jennet has fallen for him to...
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